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Old 10-12-2007, 05:52 AM   #1
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Question: I would like to install a Wave Heater in my Horizon. There is a low pressure LP hose feeding the frig. that is accessable in a good location but I don't know of a way to safely put a Tee into the hose to feed the heater. Any ideas?

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Question: I would like to install a Wave Heater in my Horizon. There is a low pressure LP hose feeding the frig. that is accessable in a good location but I don't know of a way to safely put a Tee into the hose to feed the heater. Any ideas?

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Old 10-12-2007, 06:46 AM   #3
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Check out the kits from : http://www.rvsolarelectric.com/

The portable kit (and I assume the permanent mount kit) has every thing you need to "T" in,as well as tubing and fittings for running the line. It also has the heater legs and quick disconnect with flex hose. Instructions are easy to follow. (Had to be for me to get er done). Any doubts give them a call.
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